• Mark Carroll, EVP and Regional Manager
• Thomas Archer, Vice President - Development
• Marc Johnson, Director - Development
Mark Carroll, LEED Green Associate
EVP and Regional Manager, Washington, DC
Mark is responsible for overseeing all aspects of project development in Washington, D.C. Since joining Skanska seven years ago, Mark has taken a leadership role on virtually every Skanska Commercial Development project in the D.C. market including 99M and 2112 Pennsylvania Avenue, which are currently under construction, and Tyber Place. With more than 20 years of industry experience in both construction and development, Mark has overseen land acquisition and the development of office, retail, multi-family and hotel projects throughout the Washington, D.C. and Baltimore markets. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture and Master of Architecture from The Catholic University of America, as well as a Master of Engineering Management from The University of California at Berkeley.
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Vice President - Development, Washington, DC Region
Tom has compiled more than 30 years of experience in large-scale real estate development projects involving the creation of great destinations, a mix of uses and public agency participation. These developments include residential and resort community developments, multifamily, office and mixed-use developments, as well as large-scale commercial and retail projects nationwide.
Prior to joining Skanska, Tom was senior vice president of development at Forest City Washington where he managed the development of several mixed-use projects concurrently including a large town center development in suburban Washington, the master planning for the Ball Park District, a transit oriented, mixed-use development in suburban Maryland and a large retail, office and residential project in Arlington County, Virginia. Additionally, Tom managed FCW’s Real Estate Services Group, a consulting practice that provided advisory and development services to a variety of public and private clients including Washington, D.C.’s Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development, the Government of Puerto Rico’s Department of Economic Development and Commerce and Georgetown University.
Tom has also held executive level positions with Republic Properties, the Mills Corporation, McArthur Glen/Horizon Corporation and Rossignol Development where his project experience included office, large scale retail, outlet center and residential development.
Tom has developed properties in 22 states, the District of Columbia, Canada and San Juan, Puerto Rico. He holds a degree from the University of Virginia and is a member of the Urban Land Institute and the International Council of Shopping Centers.
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Marc Johnson, LEED Green Associate
Director - Development, Washington, DC Region
Marc is involved in locating potential acquisitions and underwriting deals while helping grow Skanska’s development business in the Washington region. He is currently the director of development on the 99 M Street SE project; a 235,000 SF office building adjacent to Nationals Park, and he recently completed the 1776 Wilson Project; a 140,000 SF office building in the Rosslyn neighborhood of Arlington, VA, along with the 733 10th Street, NW project; a 170,000 SF office building in downtown Washington, D.C., Skanska CD’s first US project. Before joining Skanska in 2009, Marc worked for four years as a Senior Consultant at Robert Charles Lesser & Co., based in Bethesda, MD. During his tenure at RCLCO, he managed real estate consulting assignments dealing with a wide variety of project types and land uses for both public and private sector clients throughout the continental United States, Caribbean, Central America and the Middle East. Before joining RCLCO, Marc was a senior real estate planning analyst at Strategy Planning Associates in Chicago, IL.
Marc received a Masters of Urban and Regional Planning with a concentration in real estate and economic development from the University of Michigan, and a Bachelor of Arts in Film and Television Production from the University of Southern California. He is an active member of the DC Building Industry Association, serving on the East of the River Committee, and NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association.
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